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liable
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Gone with the Wind
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  • The trains are crowded and uncertain and the passengers are liable to be put off in the woods at any time, if the trains are needed for the wounded or troops and supplies.
  • Yes, but she’s mighty liable to talk embarrassing in front of Father and the girls when we get home tonight," said Stuart gloomily.

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as in: is legally liable Define
held legally responsible
as in: she is liable to Define
likely to; or maybe going to
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